Question about Computers & Internet
When the monitor is turned on, the LG symbol/logo appears as if it will then go to the Windows Vista page. Instead, "digital power saving mode" appears. The blue "on" light turns to orange.
Power saving is the default the monitor goes into if it doesn't get the correct signal down the cable wires of the computer. There might be three culprits: (1) the cable between computer and display (most likely), (2) the display itself (unlikely since you see the LG logo) and (3) the graphics card inside your computer. #1&2 are easy to check by swapping with a friend for troubleshooting. #3 is tricker and more expensive and might require a savvy friend or a computer repair service (between $60 and $100/hour for labor) plus between $40 and $80 on Amazon.com for a new card depending on whether you need a analog or digital one. Don't waste money on super costly cards unless you use your computer for gaming.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
Hi there, you have a problem to your monitor, you don't have a signal going to the monitor, means that you have a problem at the video section. it also a horizontal problem. try to check each section and troubleshoot. ty
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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